Caserta. Campania. Italy. View of the fountain of Ceres, containing statues of Ceres, sea nymphs, tritons, dolphins playing the buccina horn and Anapo and Simeto the river-gods. The fountain features along the promenade that extends for 3 kilometres from the Royal Palace to the great waterfall some 75 metres high. The 18th century Royal Palace or Reggia di Caserta is Italy’s most magnificent Palace and its immense park is one of the most dazzling and grandiose in Europe. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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